Future EU trade deals to include binding reference to the Paris Agreement, says EU trade commissioner

Map. History of UK conflict

18 February 2018
West Midlands Police‏: All emergency services are currently at Birmingham's Repertory Theatre, Broad St following reports of an explosion. Initial indications are that this was a technical fault in a staff only area. No casualties are reported. Everyone has been evacuated are are being kept safe.
Loud explosion was heard in Birmingham City Centre, and police have evacuated The Rep theatre. No further details on the explosion known at present time
Explosion heard at BroadSt Birmingham. Massive police presence by Hyatt/Rep
4 day ago
Downing Street says Prime Minister Theresa May will meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin on Friday
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange loses appeal against British arrest warrant for jumping bail, tells him to appear in court first
Witnesses say police dealing with a suspicious package at UK parliament
UK Parliament says police currently investigating an incident on the parliamentary estate
Interesting fact from @jensstoltenberg. After Brexit, 80% of NATO funding will come from non-EU nations
UK Defence Secretary says warship bound for South China Sea - media
Two captured jihadists who were part of a group nicknamed "The Beatles" will face justice, says UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd
The UK Home Office today announced that it has developed software capable of locating and blocking IS propaganda videos as they're being uploaded.
UK inflation unexpectedly remains at 3 percent
Irish Prime Minister: Comprehensive free trade and customs agreement is "the best option" to avoid a hard border in Ireland
Future EU trade deals to include binding reference to the Paris Agreement, says EU trade commissioner
Hampshire Police says two teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of murder following the death of a six-week-old boy in Southampton
London City Airport reopens after World War Two bomb removed from Thames
UK PM Theresa May calls for 'one final push' to restore powersharing in Northern Ireland
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar says the agreement on Brexit made in December stands
Oxfam deputy head resigns over sex scandal: statement
Nigel Farage warns 'Brexit betrayal' would thrust Britain into crisis
France rugby players were interviewed as 'potential witnesses' to an alleged sexual assault in Edinburgh - Scottish police
UK Boris Johnson: Myanmar Suu Kyi does not understand 'horror' of Rohingya crisis
Britain will do more to stop 'horrific behavior' by some charity staff: May's spokesman
British food industry calls for "free and frictionless" trade with EU
A total of 15 British Airways and Cityjet flights to and from Dublin have had to be cancelled today after closure of London City Airport
Sightseeing helicopter carrying British tourists crashes in Grand Canyon, killing 3 and injuring 4
London City Airport closed after bomb detection.
Boris Johnson: Held talks with Aung San Suu Kyi. Discussed importance of Burmese authorities in carrying out full and independent investigation into the violence in Rakhine and urgent need to create the right conditions for Rohingya refugees to return to their homes in Rakhine.
1 week ago
Brexit Secretary David Davis says there is a "fundamental contradiction" in the approach the European Commission is taking on the transition period
1 week ago
Brexit Secretary David Davis says it is surprising to hear EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier is unclear on the UK's position on the transition period after the UK leaves the EU